The Prophecy ~ 7 Color on White Screenprint, Lewis Narnia Art

narnia art print
narnia art print
 Lewis Narnia Art
narnia art print
 Lewis Narnia Art
narnia art print
narnia art print
 Lewis Narnia Art
narnia art print
 Lewis Narnia Art

The Prophecy ~ 7 Color on White Screenprint, Lewis Narnia Art

65.00

The second print in my Illustrating Narnia printmaking series
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"He'll put all to rights as it says in an old rhyme in these parts:

'Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight,
At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more,
When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death,
And when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again.'

You'll understand when you see him."

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Spoken by Mr. Beaver to the Pevensie children, this print features the words of the prophecy about Aslan in the second book of the chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

This seven color piece is created from my hand drawn illustration, and each screen print is hand pulled by me.

Inspired by my love of the classic literary fantasy and art nouveau design, I also included significant symbols from the book that hint at the prophecy of Aslan coming to pass:
The flora was chosen specifically -- celandines, primroses, crocuses, and snowdrops are all mentioned as heralding the change from winter to spring as Narnia awakens to Aslan's return. Snowdrops especially (drawn directly below the red lion banner) are considered the first sign of spring.
Mentioned both in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and The Horse and His Boy, the green banner with the red lion is also mentioned as being carried for Aslan's justice and redemption for Narnia. 

-12.5" W x 19" H
-Seven color screen print
-Non toxic waterbased inks on heavyweight Smart White French Paper
-Limited edition of 45
-Signed and numbered by Jenna Cornell

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Ships flat in plastic protective sleeve

Note: Ink, image, and registration may vary slightly from print to print as each print is hand pulled by the artist, making each print a unique work of art.

© 2017 Jenna Cornell Art